Did you know that during the 2020 Christmas season, people spent an average of 17% more on each order than they did during the previous year? And, that number really only reflects what people spent during the regular Christmas season.
What about those after Christmas sales? You know, the ones where everything drops to over half off so that you can stock up on Christmas decorations and goodies at a fraction of what they’d normally cost. Yeah, those. There are tons of those (this year and every year).
If you’re looking to snag a great deal this holiday season, check out our guide to the best after Christmas sales of 2021. We’ll walk you through which stores have the best after Christmas sales and all of the details surrounding the 2021 deals.
Best Tool Brands After Christmas Sale 2021:
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DeWalt’s 20V MAX cordless drill/driver comes from one of the most respected names in professional power tools. It offers superb quality and excellent performance at an affordable price.
At around 3.5 pounds, the DeWalt is relatively light and well balanced. The 1/2-inch clutch indicates its impressive power and versatility. The brush motor offers two speed ranges for added flexibility, plus 16 clutch settings for precise driving control. An LED light brightens dark corners.
DeWalt’s 20V Max kit comes with a 1.3Ah battery, a charger and a carry bag. Its durability and reliability are among the best in the industry. This DeWalt cordless drill would make a valuable addition to the tool kit of both DIY enthusiasts and professionals.
For reliability in a light-duty drill, consider Makita’s 12V cordless drill. At just 6.5 inches long and 2.3 pounds, with an ergonomic grip to boot, the drill fits comfortably into tight spots where others won’t. Makita’s brushless motor makes the most of the 12 volts of lithium-ion battery power—plenty for everyday tasks, such as drilling holes to hang pictures.
The cordless drill kit comes with a 20-setting adjustable clutch, battery, battery charger, and a hard case for safe storage. Though it is not a cheap cordless drill, it delivers power comparable to higher-voltage models, boasting long battery life and superior balance.
The Husqvarna 360BT gas-powered backpack leaf blower is a good all-around pick for large or small landscapes at a midrange price. The 65-cc 2-cycle X-Torq engine pushes up to 631 cfm of air at 232 mph for general landscape cleanup. This machine weighs in at 23.5 pounds. Its engine was louder than most of the others we tested, but it was easy to start and comfortable to carry. But this blower really excelled in air movement, easily outperforming all the others we tested.
Husqvarna’s X-Torq engine design reduces exhaust emissions by up to 60 percent and increases fuel efficiency by up to 20 percent. Dampeners between the engine and chassis reduce vibrations. The padded harness and hipbelt are shaped to fit the contours of the operator for more comfortable operation. The offset handle makes the blow force easier to control, preventing arm strain and fatigue. The variable speed throttle with cruise control can be set for easier handling.
The Makita EB5300TH features cleaner emissions than 2-cycle engines, and a 52.5-cc 4-cycle engine that uses only gasoline. It pushes up to 516 cfm of air at a velocity of 184 mph for strong cleaning capacity. At 70 dB, it is much quieter than the competition, which averages 95 to 105 dB. This blower weighs 26.5 pounds.
Makita did a great job mitigating heavier weight with thick padded shoulder straps and a well-balanced suspension system. The 4-stroke engine was easy to start, without mixing fuel, and it ran smoothly and surprisingly quietly. At full throttle it had adequate power for all of our test materials, including wet, matted leaves and heavy debris.
The EB5300TH features mechanical automatic engine decompression for fast, easy starts and a large-capacity air filter that is conveniently positioned for replacement as needed. Adjustable shoulder straps let the operator easily customize the fit. Toolless handle adjustment allows the operator to quickly change the position of the handle for maximum efficiency.
The best impact driver does not need to be the most expensive or complicated. In fact, many top-tier options come with a no-frills approach since the driver and a battery is really all you need. The top pick for this list takes just that approach with the addition of a handy charging station to keep the driver going as long as you need it for any indoor or outdoor job you can imagine.
The DEWALT DCF885C1 impact driver is a great option for anyone looking for a first-time or replacement power fastener. Coming with an independent charging station and the standard ¼-inch hex shank, this driver is small enough to fit into tight spaces without sacrificing on the power and torque—up to 1,400 inch-pounds—it can produce. The driver head also includes three LED lights for illuminating the space you are working on.